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Old 11-15-2012, 03:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Could someone produce my song?

This song I created is very powerful to me and came to me in a dream. I really want this song made, but I don't have the knowledge or experience in music necessary to produce it myself. I could only imitate it the best I could with my voice, although I have no experience in singing.

This song has a happy heroic tune that has an opening/closing feel to it (like the opening/ending of a commercial). This opening happy tune leads into the powerful motivational intense action choir and is combined with the intense action near the end of the song (the action tune now feels like it's at its highest point nearing the end, as explained above, that happy tune also has a closing feel to it--taking the action tune to the end of the song where at the very end the happy tune plays by itself to end the song). But when you hear the action and happy playing together, it may not seem like they go together in technical terms. They really do go together, it's just my singing flaws making it seem off.

The instrument that plays the happy tune in my mind is a whiny type of instrument (whiny in a positive way). I don't know what this instrument is. The instrument that plays the intense action I think is some sort of orchestral instrument.

Now I have sung this happy tune the best I could get it. However, when I combined the action part with it, it doesn't go together hardly at all because the action part was sung sort of flat with not much increase in pitch over time to match the happy part (that's my opinion on why I think so).

But I have also sung this happy part in a different way (practically the same as the previous version), and when combined with the intense action, I can actually see how they go together. I have created two versions of the song and added them to a videogame known as The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.

This version of the song has the happy tune sung most accurate (though it doesn't seem to go with the intense action):



And although the instrument does sound whiny, it does not sound like how it was portrayed in that song.

And here's this version of the song with that happy tune sung not as accurate, but seems to go with the intense action. I'm showing you this version of the song as well because perhaps you will also see how they are supposed to go together, and based off of knowing that, produce the song how it should be.



And this song I made is not just random stuff put together--it's an actual song. When the opening happy tune leads into the action and the action is over, the happy tune plays again to close the action and open up into the other part of the action.

I would really appreciate it if someone could produce this song for me. Thank you.

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Old 11-17-2012, 10:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:31 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I prefer the a capella version, you don't need a producer! Reminds me quite a bit of the song that I sing to myself upon my entrance into a room.
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